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THIS IS ANOTHER FUN TRIP WE
TOOK. WE WENT TO GRANT
ALABAMA AND TO THE CAVERNS
AND WE STAYED IN SCOTTSBORO
THAT NIGHT. I HAVE ALWAYS
WANTED TO SEE THESE CAVES.
ONE OF MY ROOMMATES IN SCHOOL,
HER FATHER WAS ONE OF THE MEN
WHO DISCOVERED CATHEDRAL
CAVERNS. I BELIEVE THESE ARE ONE
OF THE PRETTIEST …
(79) July 4, 210
WHAT A NEAT TIME WE HAD AT GOOSEPOND.
THIS WAS OUR 1ST TIME AND PROBABLY
WON'T BE OUR LAST ON THE 4TH OF JULY.
WE WERE PLEASANTLY SURPRISED AT HOW
MANY PEOPLE ATTEND THIS EVENT. THERE
WERE A LOT OF PEOPLE OUT IN THE MIDDLE
OF THE LAKE IN THEIR BOATS. WE WALKED
AS DID A LOT OF OTHERS PAST THE …
... survived because of the music industry. The Mississippi delta area is very depressed. Fort Payne also looks like it suffered when the mining boom never materialised.
Nice forest park on the ridge above the town with beautiful waterfalls. Well presented and nice trail down to the falls. Bit spooky, when I got there the car park was empty, but when I got to the falls there were 3 guys there!!!
Anyway, off cross country to Rome, yep Rome, Georgia!!!
... know if the toilet has been "foot flushed?" So my day was a slow, relaxed one, contemplating the mysteries of the marina.
We did solve another mystery. We discovered that the "pirates" we saw upriver in Chattanooga were in fact the Nina and the Pinta and they had followed us to Guntersville. When we woke up this morning the two ships were moored directly across the lake from us, with their flags raised and their crew in sight. For a fee, ...
... Calliope ship shape. He is the man as Bart will tell you. We actually stopped in Guntersville to let Don have one last go at Calliope before we set off into the wild blue yonder.
Finally, Guntersville is special to me because my mother is from Alabama and we used to come to Guntersville Lake when I was very, very young. In fact, I was so young I did not remember until my mother told me. I still don't remember but I took ...